104. PHYSICS SURVEY. (4) A survey of th e basic principles of classical and modern physics. De­ signed primarily for th e non-sci ence major; may be tak e n for credit in physical science. Lectures, 3 hours; laboratory and demonstration, 3 hours. Prerequis ites : High school algebra and geometry. 105, 106. GENERAL CHEMISTRY. (5,5) A study of most of th e important theories and principles of chemistry and some of the more important e le ments and compou nds. The labora­ tory work mostly quantitative in nature. · L ectures, 3 hours; laboratory, 6 hours. Prerequisite: High school chemistry, Science 103, or permission of th e instructor. 107, 108. GENERAL PHYSICS. (4,4) 107, th e basic principles of mechanics , wave motion , and he at. 108, a study of light, e lectricity, nrngn e tism, and atomic structure. Lectures, 3 hours; laboratory, 3 hours. Prerequisite: High school mathematics or Mathematics .51.

ASTRONOMY. (3) An introductory course in astronomy studying: th e ea rth-moon system and the planets, stars and ste llar sys tems, nehufae, galaxies , te le­ scopes and th e ir accessories.


110. GENERAL GEOLOGY. (3) A study of th e physical and chemical processes which have changed the e arth's features, and an e xamination of common minerals, rocks , and major fossil groups. 307. MODERN PHYSICS. (3) Survey of selected topics in atomic, nucl ear, and health ph ysics . Not designed for physics or c hem istry majors . Prerequisites: Science 108 or Science 104, or permission of th e in­ structor.


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